Whitney Catherine Corbett & Marc Evan Rohrer

> CORBETT-ROHRER Miss Whitney Catherine Corbett and Mr. Marc Evan Rohrer were united in marriage on Saturday, April 26th, 2014 in an Episcopal service at The Church of St. Philip the Apostle in Occidental, California. The ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Andy Lobban of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, with scripture readings by Sarah Helstrom and Scott Hill. Strings & harp by The San Francisco Trio provided music for the ceremony followed by a candlelit dinner reception at The Union Hotel with music by The San Francisco Jazz Band with Raquel. Gardner Parker of Houston, Texas attended with his wife, Mia Parker, and performed as Master of Ceremonies for the toasts throughout the evening. Abigail Chance Thomason, mother of the bride, was accompanied by her husband, Tom R. Sawyer, both of Lexington, Texas. The bride is the granddaughter of the late William Ewing Thomason & the late Patience Chance Thomason of Bryan, Texas, and the great-granddaughter of District Judge R.E. Thomason of El Paso and of G. G. Chance of Bryan, Texas. Given in marriage by both her parents, the bride was escorted by her father, Gerald L. Corbett of Austin, Texas. The groom is the son of two Californians, Evan Gustav Rohrer of Bodega Bay and Alene Gonnella Rohrer of Coarsegold. He is the grandson of Rena Montafi Gonnella who was represented at the ceremony by Malcolm Tindall. Serving as the bride's maid of honor was sister Isabelle Sommerville Corbett of Washington, D.C. The bridesmaids were Laura Amy Neuhaus and Annette Rebecca Pomeroy Shores and junior bridesmaid, Katherine Frances Rohrer. Serving as best man was Nelson Toney Sebra. The groomsmen were Mitchell Gustav Rohrer and John Franklin Cottom. Ushers included Jacob Rohrer, Ryan and Logan Schweizer. The bride graduated from Georgetown University in Washington D.C. with degrees in International Business and Italian. She studied Economics at Università Bocconi, in Milan, Italy. Vice President in The Affluent Customer Segment, Whitney has been with Wells Fargo Bank since 2007. Marc attended California State University, Fresno prior to enjoying a career as a professional soccer player in Germany. Marc has worked in Wealth Management since 2000 and serves as Vice President and Financial Advisor for Wells Fargo Advisors. Marc spends his extra time managing professional soccer players internationally. Following their honeymoon in Banff Springs in Alberta, Canada, the couple will continue to make San Francisco their home.

Published online only at Austin American-Statesman on June 4, 2014